Madeleine McCann investigation to be wound up

Just one remaining line of enquiry remains

The British investigation into Madeleine McCann's disappearance in Portugal could be wound up.

The Metropolitan Police Commissioner, Bernard Hogan-Howe says one remaining line of enquiry is being pursued.

He claims if there's no new evidence, the probe will end.

Madeleine vanished at the age of three in 2007.

Last week, a court in Portugal has overturned the libel conviction of a former detective who accused Kate and Gerry McCann of being involved in their daughter's disappearance.

Goncalo Amaral was part of the police investigation when Madeleine went missing in May 2007.

The McCanns had sought more than €1 million in damages and had said they were "totally destroyed" by the allegations.